Strategies to combat hooliganism and poor behaviour by spectators

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  • Strategies to combat hooliganism and poor behaviour by spectators
    • Improved security
      • Video surveillance, searching supporters entering the stadium by police and large numbers of stewards who constantly monitor supporters throughout a match
    • Segregation of fans
      • Rival supporters are kept apart  and are in separate areas of the stadium. Away fans are kept behind after the game to allow  the home fans to leave the venue
    • Early kick- offs
      • To reduce the amount of alcohol consumed before a match
    • All- seater stadium
      • So that there aren't too many people allowed in
    • Alcohol restrictions
      • Strictly controlled or banned altogether
    • Travel restrictions and banning orders
      • Known troublemakers can be banned from attending one or more matches or travelling to away games particularly if they are abroad
    • Education spectators
      • Promotional campaigns and high- profile endorsements from performers educate supporters, encouraging good behaviour and condemning hooliganism.

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